Gainesville High School - Bulldogger Yearbook (Gainesville, MO)

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-?plz.fl""1 -z".fx.,'f 5, ,FN xii 1 1 1. t 0 Q W-X XJ 'u N. ., z L- 'J ,.. -- vu' , , ,f Qgfs xx . . . A. 1 , Q 'f Z f :J v JD 4- Q XI' V L 0 fw , 7 c7Q.ff' :fx X X Awpfjijpqffgv f M O C, SN ,sg GQ- sl 1, . .JK Rf? iQ QD Q li Q Q,-zigiiibi 1? ,fl , X ??5QV50,0Gk,6p.F Wjffg Z UJLPV f '-Lflzh :s fjaffff M Y a5'f7W 1 Y 65' in 5 5 Jfkmdv ,, J ff-T" 1 Te . fs 1975 Bulldogger Gainesville High School Gainesville, Missouri Volume XVII I i Dedication We, the 1975 BULLDOGGER staff, feel it is a privilege and great honor to dedicate this edition of the BULLDOGGER to Mrs. Stella Luna. Mrs. Luna has been in the teaching profession since 1933. She has spent 37 of these years in the Gainesville R-V school district educating students for business vocations. Who could even estimate the hours she has spent giving extra help in and out of the classroom or the number of lives she has molded and influenced? You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give. We dedicate this annual to an individual who truly gave of herself. The endless task of grading papers becomes a large part of any teacher's life. . .. , Y gi . L W ,A if 1 XM 1 X 5 '-, ,ll . in Q. .1- X N r' 1 X V, :Q " Mrs. Luna instructs the students in one of her three typing classes Stella Luna Retires From Faculty Post After 37 Years At Gainesville High. She's educated a good part of two generations in Ozark County. The people who now make up the Board of Education, the administration, and faculty at GHS once sat in her classroom. And now she's teaching their children. r Stella Luna began teaching in the Isabella school in 1933. The following year Mrs. Luna and her husband Mearle got their degrees from SMS. They both came to the Gainesville school system where Mr. Luna served as superinten- dent for a number of years. Mrs. Luna taught business and English classes, sponsored the school newspaper for fifteen years, and the school yearbook for eight. glebrggexlsgghe board are LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Martin, president Barney Douglas, jim High, Cleon Amyx, Ray Oxley, and " UITUEK L7QfeFU .- ' N ENELQIVISIBLE or mb 2 'a J l . of 5 55114 J. 'ff N Y --had Board Strives For Improvement The major function of the Board of Education is keeping the school running smoothly so that it can retain its AA rating. As representatives of the people of the Gainesville R-V District, the board also works with the student council in establishing codes for the students to follow. The selec- tion of the members of this organization is an important one because their decisions affect Mrs. Colene Rose, high every Student. school secretary, serves as secretary of the board. l During the past year, the board received two new members. They were Richard Martin, prosecuting attorney, and jim High, a farmer. Seniors -serif-P Q- ,eff Danny Batesel Rhonda Frost -.f 'wil - '-.I Sam Benson Donna Reed Seniors Sell 11,304 Candy Bars To Raise Money For Senior Trip .rf 'uf Y 'KJ' qv-f-JT? Dwayne King Patricia Swearengin lim McConnaughy Teresa johnson fy' F Rhonda Lawson Dennis Hawkins Ceila Fincher Greg Loftis f J: W- X I ij if if 4 Ron Ellison Qu' '-' Patricia Warrick C2 Steve Bryant vgli iff? Lowana Loftis Nd: 'ff' lim Trivitt . fr' David Davidson Don Kenning Mike Richardson ,rr-Qv j. .is Leon Eslinger Gloria Wray V. 1:52199 Pamela Robbins Tim Dougherty Senior Rhonda Frost is only too happy to be measured for her gown as she looks forward to graduation only a few short months away. Attendants Diana Robbins and Debbie Hawkins and senior Homecoming Queen Donna Reed applaud as the Bulldogs challenge the Forsyth Panthers. ISL? ll-1-9' nf--'F' lessie Sweet john Green 'nfs' L uh, --N . ive ' Randall Graham Sheryl Silvey -ug! f .5- 5 ,Zi h l ill.. .X . A Rick Grisham Stacy Hambelton Virgil Fry Dale Silvey Joanna Wallace Murrill Cameron Frye '-os.,-nf ,QD Don Herwaldt Vicki Crisp ,1 ' E11 X X , . 4 1 ,X . , W X sf jamie Hudson lim Dougherty Terri Frost ' ., is a - - i tif auf' Greg Hambelton Lana Ray Calvin Eslinger Senior Candidate Named Homecoming Queen ji 'U' 'ef -rr" Manuel King Charlie PHCE Albert Moses Kenneth Overtu rf Deann Woodward 'X W i e oo ..4 Rhonda Herndon -mir.-4' David Edwards ' y XI ,sr-f '- , y a i i Q' conf' 'ww 'wun..,,, wg-aj!! I .1 i, 1 K Sam Evans Theresa Prescher lim McCullough V i '4""" WMV Alicia Anderson Lynn Wade Vicki james QP n..n...:aqp -,.-5:1-iv Ml Linda Oxley Dwayne Stehle V425 Leslie Loftis Zebbie Smith James Miller Debbie Smith 'nqiv-yn, . 'in' Tom Taylor Don Turner X xg ea Organizations ,4 y , ,. ' 1 'il F ' , lA , I '4":'-- .Y 95 ! .nm- .. :ow-"9 x if-D N gy . 3 ',kA f -N , I . cff. 1 Debra Benson Rick Blair Kathy Brinkley Suzanne Bunting David Burnett Teresa Butler Dale Campbell Terry Caudill Rick Chapman jill Coble Tedd Cottom Diana Cowart Shane Crisp Debra Dabney Phil Davis Eddie Delp Curtis Dennis , -len f .Qi , ' l i h To Realize What Lies jill Coble, Mary Lester, and Steve Friend are anxious to make a sale at their Hootin' and Hollarin' booth. Rick Farmer David Findley Joyce Foster Teresa Foster Carrie Dixon ludy Donley Steve Eacret '-Q lanice Ellison junior Evans , . ,. -L-- Brenda Hambelton Davidson Peggy Harper Shena Garrison Mark Gerike just One Step Beyond ,T . ., r juniors Eddie Delp and Greg McGee set up the apparatus for their science display at the Math and Science Fair held in Mansfield Al Harrison Debbie Hawkins Thelma Howard Barbara lrmen Bruce lrmen Larry johnson Kim Lamar Coy Landsdown Mary Lester Rick Littlejohn David Long Sheila johnson Debbie Kelley Edward Kirk Michelle LaLone Mike LaLone irq: Lawanda Long Eddie Maddox Eugene Mahan julia Mahan Tom Maher Cynthia Martin john McClellan Nina Watson McCullough Randy McCullough Greg McGee Wendell Miller Dorenda Moses Beulah Pearson Carmen Peters Ronald Peters Elaine Pinkley X Barry Pleasant Kevin Rackley Roberta Richards ,XT 1974 75 junior class officers were president, Greg McGeep vice- president Carma Roseg secretary-treasurer, julia Mahan. Their sponsor was Miss Karen Wilhite. Steve Tho nas Clint Walker john Webb Roger Wlllbanks Debra Wilson i-Pen 'H Y -up -..-Q, . ,lakf X I, . .lc -A Wilma Rife Carma Rose gr "W" 'r-- , ,Q Nancy Loftus Woodward '-7 . -K -.Jr A lr ri X Frankie Shockey Cindy Simpson Tommy Skinner Roy Smart Benny Strong X,,..-n Lee Benson Tammy Amyx Tony Amyx jimmy Beasley Debbie Davidson Cheryl Campbell Becky Cook Laura Crowder r.',. ,-g' Nfl Linda Blackburn leff Davis y n Mike Blankenship Matt Dixon S-0-p-h-o-m-o-r-e-s Spells Hard Work I 1 V. 'ix Q CD' wr Nga Lynn Dougherty Kay Edwards Steve Eslinger Randy Fish Sandy Forsberg Bryan Forrest Barbara Foster Pam Frost james Frazier Karen Friend H. K. Gaulding Steve Gerike 1 I 'i T F, QR ex , ox 'r Alffzilad T' L57 it ' ,R 1- I .Sli A,- '41 ,A le of -' j ail W .' :F "lf 651,-i'iJ i l js A F glt i fii J 5 ,i ,f if J I I W iw E .. A Edwina Hampton Lyfmeffe Gott Jeff Hall Danny Hambelton David Hambelton T3mmY Ha5hbaf8ef Jana Heriford Judy Hillhouse Jeff Hogan Sophomores were on Anita Huff il' , x Donnetta Harden Teresa Johnson top of things with president Keith M c G e e , v i c e - president Randy Fish, and secretary Debbie Wise. Their sponsor for the 74-75 year was Mrs. Janice Blisard. ive Sophomores Participate In TTI' ' HI- f J J, , Donna King Rosie King Karla Lamar Greg Landers Rex Lewis Renee Maher Donna Marlowe Deniece Martin Gary McBeath Kay McConnaughy Keith McGee Cathy McGregor l il y , .Ns My idk- 2 " ,fi , EL Q' ,L , 5' lr 1 1, tt X .pri . U? 5 t A ' Q I K Y David Miller Debbie Miller Becky Myers Lisa Nance Kevin Owens Mary Lou Price Konnie Plumlee Craig Rackley Mary Reed Linda Richards Linda Sanders Deana Sowards H And H Pageant W Tandy Strong Lisa Sullivan 'J' v ,xr if '. .-Iss, ,L 21 N. ll Z5 C ' et ' A, R7'5v,i,.-QQe:+fti.'f Y-mil rig?-l.2:' 1-4 ,-Q Roland Sweet Daina Taylor Jeff Terry Annette Ti,-fell john Tyler Diana Walrath Marsha Watson Barbara White Ivan White Debbie Wise Linda Wise Marvin Wolverton Bernice Adams Gaye Allen Ricky Beard Nancy Blackburn Tonja Blair ' Stephanie Benson , Martha Bragg Timmy Caudill Richard Chambers Debbie Cockrum Danny Cole Cathy Cook Kenny Burnett Brenda Bushong Beccie Farmer Terry Estes james Dabney Robbie Cozart Dana Crisp Darren Crisp james Cutshall lanice Hambelton Martie Hambelton Rhonda Hampton Rhonda Kay Hampton Dian Gerike Brenda Graham Trisha Griffith M' 4 l v 'Raul 1 511152, an 3' i I l it dim l i 1 Ji pun ,lull L L.. - ..--5 A ll 1 nl i Q 42 rl l if . s..l tl f 'J i N If l si, L i Mill Kathy Grisham Mike Guffey Mitch Friend Ronda Friend Clint Frye Diane Inman George Hayes Kenny Heriford Robert Herwaldt Mike High Anita Hollingsworth johnny Howard Tina Huelsenback Carla Hunt Steve Hutton jeff Lamar David Landers Bobbie Lane Tammy Latham Brad King Pam Krause Stephanie Kruse Betty johnson jimmy jones 5 ..- , " - x" Dawn Maher fi X Lena McClellan 1 ' ,Q I , ,x Os, Q x 5. Freshman Chris Lund got all "dolled up" for the FHA initiation. The stuffing didn't seem to cause any problem during band practice. f .4 . .,. 3 s ' . 'Li ,'yf,, E' E I X F F7 fx , 5 L, tia 3 '. Florence Lawrence Renee Lawson Daryl Lewis James Lindsay Sheena Loftis Teresa Loftis Danny Luna Chris Lund Mike McCullough Rebecca Moore Sammy Myers jeff Nash Pat O'Briant Mike Overturf Karen Oxley Murrill Pace Andy Plumlee jerry Premer Roger Ray Diana Robbins Phillip Runion Karen Satterfield Pat Shireman Michalen Skinner Charles Smith Pam Snell Joanne Sowards Brad Sprague Billy Stewart joey Strain fern .Milla '- "'.'3' Q""" .f,+::- h . T is' 1 QI, E , ' L fx qi .V , ..-5, Y-rf? Cindy Terry Sheila Thomas Charles Tirrell Mike Overturf observes while freshman Mike Guffey works out on the trampoline, a new addition to the P.E. Department. Ni-R ww- .-1--uv!! 0 " '4gf' 5, 7 rllwwg WP' iii 50 Actlvltles 5 nw H 1 5' xl-gf 4 7 7 . , wg, , - ,L ea ' " , -' . .iiilffifliv -:wi-1 4 f 'I f "--'f":xff'1f . 'E if m:'5QL: .1 ,. ,..- -swung N 1 f ,K gyuifu-,A 'B '1., f- . , , f 1- I KJ'-".:.., .Ja .Y " -- ' L "' 5 4 , ,,,W,,m I 'MLW ,-in Q, . Q s A ff, .,,, ,,. .. .,.- ..--... ...X-v3 1 if . k. q-f, g X 7-ly 'V .- 3" . ' 2 'TQQ X 'I A : .4 I ' "wh" um' Z f '17"l:?1-'gg .f .4 ,u A 'H ., .. -' if f" . ' 1 ...M A - A- Q 'gl-5-f . E-V-" - rl l 0- N f' . 2.5 . -sv 5 5' 9. , WL E in F-L g J. V1 :' I f If 4 L.: f ' .NPS . Y, " ' 1 . V wr'- 'ijg lil ' 'I is Lfg .4 . V '. 5L!in S h wh ,K f h 5 fr . 4 A cf., g .', ,I .5?"1f'l?iub- V 7 4' " vw, lift Rhonda Herndon, valedictorian of the senior class, 'had an average of 10.30. Rhonda was chosen Most Studious in Who's Who. ,,..+ag Manuel King, president of the seni an average of 9.897. Often those students who are the most active in their class also manage to maintain a high scholastic average. So it was in the class of 1975. These ten seniors participated in numerous extracurricular activities and still kept a high class rank: Rhonda Herndon, first in her class, Theresa Prescher, second, Gloria Wray, third, Manuel King, fourth, Vicky james, fifth, David Edwards, sixth, Rhonda Frost, seventh, Sheryl Silvey, eighth, Don- na Reed, ninth, and Tim Dougherty, tenth. Theresa Prescher, averaged 10.04. Theresa is the salutatorian of the class. I g i U ... .1 Ol' class, had -fit , I Seniors Rank High Academically Citi? Gloria Wray, had an average of 9.979. Gloria was chosen Teenager of the Month in january, 1975. Vicky james, averaged 9.780. Vicky was the prompter for the Senior play. 9.571 average. "CULV Rhonda Frost, editor of the 1975 BULLDOGGER averaged 9.420. Donna Reed had an average of 9.380. Donna was David Edwards, ranked sixth in the class with a Sheryl Silvey, was chosen Most Likely to Succeed in Who's Who. Sheryl averaged 9.416. also crowned Homecoming Queen. Tim Dougherty, played Barr in the Senior Class Play. Tim averaged 9.227. 25 .gg-c 'VA 1, ME UF THE -ff " A ' sais. S" if R- CLASS UF - " R" , BAC . 1 'Q 'ff' GRADUATION V" Qfgwy ' SCHUULS 'S We ' s,.......,.........,,:: 153.1322 "1L....33 "'11IZ1..Z. un... ....... P Best All Around, Danny Batesel and Rhonda Best Dressed, Don Kenning and lessie Sweet. Frost. 54, Most Athletic, Greg Hambelton and Pam Robbins. Most Popular, Leon Eslinger and Donna Reed. 4 I A' 4 dll!! Who's Who Cutest Couple Rick Grisham an Pat Swearlngen Wm QW ' 213' .2 o ' 23? 4' I 3154 . . asset iii? ' as l"i l ..,. .3 Most Likely to Succeed, Sam Evans and Friendliest, Stacey Hambelton and Rhonda Lawson Sheryl Silvey. In 1975 Most Studious, Rhonda Herndon and David Edwards. l 17 Most Humorous, Lana Bushong and Sam Benson. l Welcome to the 1975 Who's Who Gallery. These are the cream of the crop, selected by senior class ballot. We present a wistful look back at .those seniors who stood out in the class of 1975, for whatever reason. A-team Bulldogs BACK ROW, left to right are: Greg Hambelton, Greg McGee, Keith McGee, Leon Eslinger, Tandy Strong, Kevin Rackley, Shane Crisp, Terry Caudill, and coach Larry Cockrum. FRONT: Stacey Hambelton, Manager, Manuel King, Ron Ellison, jerry Premer, Steve Eslinger and lim McConnaughy, manager. Bulldogs Give It All They've Got Tandy Strong goes up for two, guarded by Leon Eslinger. Team members, tense behind the foul line, await the outcome of a free throw. 1 ,,f..... A: f Hg. mtv" fn' N., ev'- fx -.6 1 .-i, i:,,1-....., The Bulldogs came through the 1974-75 basketball season with a 13-12 record. The Bulldogs also brought home am consolation trophy from the Ava Tournament, winning two out of three games. This year was the first year for an overnight trip for the Bulldogs and cheerleaders. They spent the night in Harrison, Arkansas. at the Holi- day Inn. Closel covered by two Hartville men, Shane Y Crisp moves in for more Bulldog points. Fighting B-team Bulldogs are Steve Eslinger, Terry Caudill, Greg McGee, Kevin Rackley, Craig Rackley, Danny Hambelton. FRONT ROW: lim McConnaughy, manager, Dana Crisp, David Long, David Hambelton, Stacey Hambelton, manager, and Coach Larry Cockrum. -Tzipgv .St dz M, t, s.-1. V it ....,.w..,,,.,,, Softball fan Bob Robbins watches as Gainesville's girls display hustle. Team members Suzanne Bunting and Carma Rose discuss the teams progress from the sidelines. First C-irl's Softball Team Rates High With 4-2 Record For Season FIRST ROW: Karla Lamar, Nancy Blackburn, Kim Lamar, Gaye Allen, Pam Kruse, Lisa Sullivan, Marsha Watson, Teresa johnson, Carma Diana Robbins, Mary Reed, and Janice Hambelton. STANDING are: Rose, Donna Reed, Debbie Hawkins, and Coach Vicki Schmutzler. Pam Robbins, Debbie Davidson, Suzanne Bunting, Stephanie Kruse, Q, l 3 l Y it i 4 I J .Evil D IJ ,I Q I 'lf' ' i-134. i -.. ' islet cf ...gk b L L D e py y I Wflti-. Bwvgf i a.. fp h-74, W i Kim Lamar and ludy Donley lead the pack in a hearty yell for the Bulldogs. Lowana Loftis and Suzanne Bunting are happy the Bulldogs are winning but they yell for still more points. E h 1 li UME UE THE llllllllllliS Cheerleaders supporting the Bulldogs were Suzanne Bunting, Lowana Loftis, captain, Carma Rose, Judy Donley, Kim Lamar, and Linda Blackburn. Cheedeadefs Boost AVR BASKETBALL SCHEDULE our HOMEo,. 21, The cheerleaders and pep club members went all out for the Bulldogs. Many posters were designed and hung in thegym. Fifty- five students joined the pep club. Mr. Lawrence Gwaltney was the pep club sponsor. The school provided transportation to eleven games. The cheerleading sponsor was Mrs. Dixie Cockrum Bulldogs To 13 Victories Pep club members Sheena Loftis, Mike LaLone, Greg Landers, Nancy Blackburn, and Mary Reed really get excited about Bulldog success. RI 7 if 2 i , :- L Pep Club members are BACK ROW: Elaine Pinkley, Rick Farmer, Mike LaLone, Kathy Grisham, junior Evans, Vicky james, Sheena Loftis, Lisa Sullivan, and Nancy Blackburn. SECOND ROW: Greg Loftis, Shena Garrison, Tammy Amyx, Teresa johnson, Debbie Wilson, Linda Oxley, Donna Marlowe, and Steve Bryant. THIRD ROW: Kay McConnaughy, Vicki Crisp, jamie Hudson, Debbie Wise, Rhonda Hampton, Pat Warrick, Teresa L. johnson, Pat Swearingen, and Clint Walker. FOURTH ROW: Dawn Maher, Brenda Bushong, Stephanie Benson, Karen Oxley, Karla Lamar, n"f Stephanie Kruse, Barbara lrmen, and Debra Benson, FIFTH ROW: Chris Lund, Mary Reed, Barbara White, Debbie Davidson, Pam Krause, Becky Moore, Sheila Johnson, Anita Hollingsworth, and Debbie Kelly. SIXTH ROW: Beccie Farmer, Gaye Allen, Donna King, Linda Wise, Teresa Loftis, Daina Taylor, Rebecca Cook, Lin- da Richards, Betty Johnson, and julia Mahan. SEVENTH ROW: Judy Donley, Carma1Rose, Suzanne Bunting, Micki LaLone, Randy Fish, Donna Reed, president, Lowana Loftis, Linda Blackburn, Kim Lamar, and Mr. Lawrence Gwaltney, sponsor. e...,,....-' ....,..,...,. -. . .. .. . ... .,,... ' ,. if 'U A.-'15 . " " w- x I 30 1' J' 'Q' TY i,f"li 'K 9 f' ,- Members of the baseball team are FRONT ROW, left to right: Shane Crisp, Manuel King, David Long, Dana Crisp, Greg McGee, jerry Premer. SECOND ROW: Frank Frazier, Keith McGee, Mike Guffey, jim McConnaughy, Greg Loftis, and Coach Larry Cockrum. jerry Premer dries a sweaty palm before stepping up to the plate " ' ' ' -' 1 ' ' 1 :,- i . A N is 1 .u,,. 4. XT V ifkix ' Shane Crisp Leads Hitting For Bulldogs 11-7 Season .,' Team members watch the batter anxiously and D goach Cockrum keeps a careful eye on third ase. QQ K 1 W fi . bl T' -l --...Tu .- 5 i " Us I 1- ' V miie: - , qt, IL -A ' 1 ts. - . , I l lim McConnaughy, a 5'9" AP'-Ef f ' senior, has been pitching for the lf .1 jg " ' Q if- : Q' , 4 Bulldogs since his junior year. In ...aw ,.. y s A that time, lim has won 10 games be 1 ,, ' fg A 15, z,, and lost 9. .. . s - b -11' .- A inf ""l",Qll lim plans to go on to school, and intends to continue playing J ,. baseball. Regt... ,V ,G ,.mtl efai ' At RIGHT, jim sends the ball across the plate. - - M. g. V .xi . 4 1 l ' Qi' . M gf ... .fi- David Long gets the feel of the bat before his turn at the plate. 35 Donna Reed Reigns As '75 Homecoming Queen Donna Reed, a GHS senior, was crowned 1975 Homecoming Queen by the '74 Queen Miss Sherri Cockrum. The crowning took place February 21, the last home game of the Bulldog season. The Bulldogs were defeated 81-79 by the Forsyth Panthers. The girls were nominated by the sports boys and voted on by the student body, This was the second year for Homecoming at GHS. Donna Reed is introduced during pre-game activities with her escort Greg Hambelton. Freshmen, Seniors Have Capable Leaders Freshmen started their first year of fund-raising by selling crafts at Hootin' and Hollarin'. Officers for the freshman class are from LEFT TO RIGHT: Dana Crisp, vice- president, Karen Ox- ley, secretary-treasur- erg and jerry Premer, president. The class sponsor was Mr. Law- rence Gwaltney. Their class party was a picnic at Theodosia. The senior class of- ficers for the 1974-75 year are from LEFT TO RIGHT: Sheryl Silvey, secretary, Teresa john- son, vice-president, Manuel King, president, and Rhonda Frost, reporter. The senior class sponsors are Mr. Dene Hughes and Mr. Bob Dreckman. The seniors had a B.B. Shoot at Hootin' and -Hollarin' to raise money. They also sold candy bars during the school year. This year the class sold 13,104 can- dy bars, more than any other class in the past. This spring for a fund-raising project, they had a basketball game. Playing were the senior girls and the Gainesville Homemakers and the senior boys against the male faculty. All proceeds went to the students' senior trip to Washington D.C. '27 A Aa If GAINESVILLE 44 . ,, v-4. 2 1 ' ' ' .,, W r . - - .1 ' , ,, ,-, . n, .' ww 4 . 1 U V- 9 - QL Q' 'PZ ' QWXHFQH, '?f1 tf99e,BAvyb.. 5 ' A ' ik ' " Q . .wr if M X - W 4' Q . nw N 9 ' ' .4 V ' . ' I A Q1 if 'gl y , N' N ' N DJ W 1 f - 9 M ' vw 1 ' 2 j 4-fj'feNA 'W , 1 f ' N .1 ' , ' N A 5 F wl C lxlrv . Q 'Q y- ' ' G . "' x ' .P G N Y 1 I r f 5 3 X fffi' G ff ' 1 A L f 'Y 1?-s ,. ff 1. .I K ,4 K, 55 ao. L ' f f f ll' 4 ' frrlid A trumpet trio made up of Debbie David- son, Phillip Runion, and Brenda Dabney received a II rating at District Music Contest in Springfield. Taking a saxaphone quartet number to con- test, Barry Pleasant, Rick Farmer, Clint Walker, and Kevin Rackley were awarded a II rating. T Q 'io 'X' QV '7 Q . 1 -L, I all lu ' 5 ,g ,.,. F 'ir T The trombone section of the band, Randy Fish, Greg McGee, and Eddie Delp, also received a ll rating. A flute trio for the contest was made up of Linda Sanders, Carrie Dixon, and Rebecca Moore. This group also received a II. Rules for District Music Contest now state that only students receiving a I rating may go on to competition on the state level. Four Gainesville students qualified for the state contest. Anita Hollingsworth, Suzanne Bun- ting, Daina Taylor, and Beccie Farmer received a ll rating in Columbia, Missouri, for their clarinet quartet. You'll always see these ladies in front of the bands flashing a smile: junior high majorette Marsha Robbins, junior high drum majorette Marketa Crisp, senior high drum majorette Suzanne Bunting, junior high majorette Debra Frye, senior high majorette Beccie Farmer, and junior high majorettes Rebecca Dillsaver and Le Ann Collins. Members of the junior high band are, FRONT ROW left to right: majorettes Debra Frye, Marsha Robbins, Marketa Crisp, LeAnn Collins, and Rebecca Dillsaver. SECOND ROW: Denise Kruse, Kathy Fletcher, Rhonda Lewis, Susan Ellison, Kent Taylor, Tammy Gaddy, Marta Rackley,Mitzi Cowart, and Karen Keathley. THIRD ROW: Clint Frye, jim King, Brian Fletcher, Kevin Taylor, janet Hambelton, Brenda junior Band Readies For Senior High Parades Debra Frye struts out front, leading the junior high band in the Hootin' and Hollarin' parade. Dabney, Paula Herd Sherry Anderson Roy johnson, and Ronald Gardner. FOURTH ROW Barry Wlnnmgham, Brad Hampton Deb bie Overturf, Kim Smith David johnson, Kym Dixon and Mike Hogan. FIFTH ROW flag carriers Gall Bunting Angela King, and director Mr. jerry Brogdon l4,. r ,. .',. - ... . - ,-1 -1 1 'f-2 f.-s:..v- , . . . ,ii .C l "Ziff, , .., , J - 1. . Four members of the chorus were named to the Southwest Missouri Honor Chorale at Evangel College in November. Kim Lamar, jill Coble, Beccie Farmer, and Dorenda Moses traveled to Springfield, Missouri, for two Saturday practices and finally performed in a public con- cert. ,, :fr r Anita Hollings- worth acted as pianist for the chorus. Chorus Activities Are Varied And Entertaining Dr W E Hendricks, professor of music at the School of the Ozarks, served as Carmen Peters, Dorenda Moses, Deann Woodward and Sheryl clinician for the summit conference choral clinic held at Gainesville Silvey sing in the alto section at vocal clinic. l ,,.u..-A-1-+L:-f ' Miki I in l 2 ..-.. L .. .11 4. I Y .........,,,-.-.. ....:.,,J,N, Participatin in 1975 girls chorus were, BACK ROW: Kathy da Moses, and Rhonda Lawson. FOURTH ROW: Alicia Ander- Brinkley, Chris Lund, Deann Woodward, Linda Oxley, Diana son, Mary Reed, Tonja Blair, Lowanda Long, and Rhonda Frost. Cowart, and Bernice Adams. SECOND ROW: Beccie Farmer, In FRONTI director leffy Brogdori, Kim Lamar, Jill CONE, MlCki Vicky Crisp, Cindy Simpson, Cindy Terry, and Dawn Maher. Lal-One, and Pam Robbins- THIRD ROW: Karla Lamar, Sheryl Silvey, Carmen Peters, Doren- During the school year, chorus students participated in a number of activities, both outside and within the school. Four students took a number to District Music Contest. jill Coble, Bec- cie Farmer, Dorenda Moses, and Mary Reed received a III rating. Four members were chosen for Honors Chorus in Springfield. Members also participated in World Day of Prayer, awards assembly, graduation, and they provided skits for the school Christmas Program. jill Coble, Beccie Farmer, Micki LaLone, and Anita Hollingsworth all helped with the accompaniment for the chorus. X x, .1 b...... f..l M. .. f ml- 66 FHA members during the '74-'75 school year proved to be a valuable asset to the school and the community. The members were left to right FRONT ROW: Barbara Teeters, sponsor: Carma Rose, regional president and devotional chairman, Judy Donley, secretary, Sheila Johnson, presi- dent: Julia Mahan, treasurer: Diana Cowart, second vice-president: Teresa Johnson, parliamentarian, Carmen Peters, song leader: Kay Mc- Connaughy, reporter: and Anita Huff, historian. SECOND ROW: Zebbie Smith, -Linda Richards, Teresa Loftis, Linda Wise, Rebecca Cook, Pam Krause, Donna Marlowe, Jamie Hudson, Debbie Wise and Renee Maher. THIRD ROW: Rhonda Herndon, Donna King, Rebecca Moore, Kathy Brinkley, Vicki Crisp, Rhonda Hampton, Cindy Terry, Dawn Maher, and gl ""1-.. Debbie Smith. FOURTH ROW: Michalen Skinner, Marsha Watson, Laura Crowder, Tammy Amyx, Kathy Grisham. Patricia Griffith, Brenda Graham, Karen Oxley and Brenda Bushong. FIFTH ROW, Debra Benson, Stephanie Benson, Trena Trivitt, Tammy Latham, Janice Ellison, Stephanie Kruse, Shena Garrison, and Barbara Irmen. SIXTH ROW: Pam Robbins, Cindy Simpson, Barbara White, Pat Warrick, Jessie Sweet, Janice Hambelton, Diana Robbins, and Chris Lund. SEVENTH ROW: Gloria Wray, Debbie Hawkins, Carrie Dixon, Debra Wilson, Sheryl Silvey, Teresa Johnson, Patricia Swearingen, and Linda Sanders. EIGHTH ROW: Dorenda Moses, Deann Woodward, Terri Frost, Tonja Blair and Konnie Plumlee. The FHA'ers participated in many ac- tivities this year. They held a chili supper before the homecoming game, a slumber par- ty in the gym, and their annual Mother- Daughter banquet. They had a fund-raising booth at Hootin' and Hollarin' and a twelve- mile walk for the March of Dimes waIk-a- thon. Carmen Peters, Mary Lester, Carrie Dixon, and Carma Rose serve wedding cake and punch at the reception following the mock wedding. A-1. 4 5? Carma Rose reglonal president of FHA addresses members at the regional meetmg held at Garnesvrlle 1 9-1 fix i u V 1 , . .lf at Pl Groom Randall Graham and brrde lamce Ellison pose for the formal ,,,,,, weddnng portrait following their mock vows Rebecca Moore and Chris Lund go through their darly routine even dressed as they are for the FHA lnxtlation. 'J 45 ll F , ,,, . - "wr ,f " ' :yas 44 -f ' FHA sponsor Mrs. Barbara Teeters and FFA sponsor Mr. Charles Brewer pass a carrot in a relay race at the FFA Barnwarming. Q gi FP-RM- S Or Sophomore Marsha Watson Reigns Barnwarming Queen Joey Strain and Daryl Lewis seem unconcerned with their attire as they take part in the FFA initiation. lvixsw S. I ,W -5195 ..a' , 'Mil' - ! , . wwxzsi HEZGQW' f gl-G' 7 'il ,bv-H J J., ,IM 4. 2-'wifi lik., .',,s!' ji? , 1? , 5s.,vrc,W'1Qifpil',:41r.5Yw.. .715 2 ., . .1 , L-1-ai'-llxgkvr 1, ,fin 'Tlg srjwigz-Yxfifx-,. t':'. V ' gg ul 'l'.'-vigil:-A v,rl"'tl" f' , ixigizj, ,'l3X-fill' ur' -. ,- -'r .J , .:,E Y-"6" vm., .,' Pew I N fl I Q.: 11: hr IQ., f, . 'J - -.Ll'.M1M is Q. 'I l'iiui,HAa ,M 'I ' l 2' -31 'A-V lfiffnf -'ff' fl-7-lswmii'-e"Lfl The Gainesville chapter of FFA for 1974-75 consisted of 42 members: FIRST ROW: Mr. Charles Brewer, advisor, Randall Graham, Rick Grisham, Bruce Hambelton, john Green, Thomas Taylor and Steve Bryant. SECOND ROW: jeff Terry, jeff Davis, Mark Gerike, Curtis Dennis, Ben Strong, junior Evans, Greg Loftis, and Mike Overturf. THIRD ROW: Tedd Cottom, Kenny Burnett, David Edwards, Stacy Hambelton, David Burnett, Virgil Fry, and Mike High. FOURTH ROW: Daryl Lewis, Rex Lewis, Marty Hambelton, David Hambelton, Jim McConnaughy, Kenneth Overturf, David Landers, and Terry Estes. FIFTH ROW: Robert Cozart, Roland Sweet, Brad King, Danny Hambelton, Steve Gerike, Bryan Forrest, and james Lindsey. SIXTH ROW: Jimmy Beasley, jeff Hogan, Timmy Caudill, Rickey Beard, Clint Fry, and james Cutshall. Marsha Watson sits atop her throne of hay after being crowned Barnwarming queen Her attendants are freshman Karen Oxley, junior Cindy Simpson and senior,Pat Swearingen This year the heifer chain, an L FFA project, was continued. Heifers were given to freshman essay winners. When the heifer calves in two years, the calf will be k returned to the chain. W The chapter sponsored a skating party at Seymour with the FHA members as their guests. This year was' rounded out with the annual Parent-Son Ban- quet. 5 , M ,. ,1- - f- . W-, 'r V . ' ' -to -ax A very distraught ghost, played by Teresa johnson, is soothed by the professor, Don Kenning. 9' 5.5--1" . -.,v"if -Hen. -ff -V .gg.f2-' Q -z . an E. Seniors Cast F, s as Y l 7 I 1 I' I' V 69 U Y' Q ,XM Tim Dougherty gets plenty of help backstage with his IIA i r,, make-up as members of the cast look on. 48 '- Sheryl Silvey, the professor's wife, collapses in exhaustion after another harrowing seg- ment of her performance. junior Class Presents "Meddlesome Maid" l5 l n 'H lf - I i l ll l A I l i H::'.:1V :'."fQ l .,,, 4 .ll A cautious look out the window by Kim Lamar. But her suspicions are only increased by the befuddled maid. L' ' jill Coble pours out her troubles to the meddlesome maid, Suzanne Bunting. Fas Help seems to have arrived in the person of Shane Crisp but cast members David Long, jill Coble, and Eddie Delp seem unim- pressed. Speech therapy is a relatively new department in the Gainsville school system. For the past two years, Mrs. Marsha Luna has worked with the program one half day at the grade school and the remainder of the day at the high school. Last year, half of Room 3 was made into the speech therapy room. Also working with the program is Miss Flora Storie who travels to the Dora and Lutie schools. Speech Correction Emphasizes Practice. Mrs. Luna spends time with one of her students, Greg Landers, emphasizing that correct speech depends on prac- tice. 50 X - , Cl Qttlld v ij Yfodtml IPR lll j l all JT WSE, N M . l-Q. 'T"T .AMW School Representatives Work For Responsible Decisions Student Council adviser lerry Young has the job of guiding the group's members to wise and equitable solutions to problems. E-TL. ---sw.1,.- l"'l"'k STANDING, left to right: Rick Grisham, Steve Bryant, Cameron Frye, vice-president, Judy Donley, Suzanne Bunting, Anita Hollingsworth, and jerry Young, sponsor. SITTING: Craig Rackley, Pam Robbins, Eddie Delp, president, Kevin Rackley, and Donna Reed. -4.1-0 lA Mid 1 iii L? :ssl Mary Lou Price and Konnie ll, - Plumlee set up their experiment W ,. , "The Extraction and Analysis of y I S Plant Pigments" at the March 25 H QP Science Fair. ' ' J A4 T' sf 4 cr 1 Q r -Q L g 'T G f, , mx ..1L',,,3 Y, Lk, W we-1 .. -, 4, .,,..3 f -V f-- ' l ll ,gum 1 1 , 3 ,... ' t-P51112-4,,.QC, W, lf 'N rl li l ' ,,,, ll s 1 1 f' Ur T if -'sm' , 7 . 'N--va... I Top GHS Students GHS students stood out in the field of science this term. They brought home the overall trophy, three blue ribbons, one se- cond place ribbon, and two third place rib- bons. The trophy for the best project in the fair went to Theresa Prescher and Rhonda Herndon. science students is a part of what happens at a science fair In the FOREGROUND, Suz- NM, anne Bunting and Micki La- Nf,.:tulL.1llA N Lone discuss their project with ' a judge. Bl all L, 5?-.VLL The thoughtful wandering of H ' ill' - M, hui nh- Srl!! SRUWTH UF PLM Bring Home Awards This year the summit conference fairs and contests were a very important part of the total learning scene at GHS. Gainesville was host to the other three schools in the conference - Hartville, Seymour, and Mansfield - when the Business Contest was held here this year. Other meets attended by the GHS students were the Industrial Arts Fair, the Math and Science Fair held at Mansfield, and the English Contest held at Seymour. juniors Greg McGee and Eddie Delp run a last-minute check before the judge sees their project. 12:5 5 s 'A 11: 'SC' . ' 3, W' ' fl.-. . aim C , 4 6 .. . gf-ww 5.-. .:s.,...,f.,,,g ... A. M HN- N, 13-5.2..,.,'-sez mga, , -, . A-L...sg-.4-,,, . AUT' ., g ' ,,-am: "4 mu... """"',' . 55 iG:4.l".f"l"',.g.""'g,,f'4i ' 5 'L--3-6-4.a,.1,4..iL4..A : . 2a'2I'r2L::f'. ,Lia .r" .' ' ':.?f',,::'r""r"'4f"' :Misra-5 "Lf" t 11J.',.,"" 4--aa-s,-.qv i. , 11,4 V...t4.'l.,f......,..,!'iE,:,:iA' I N My f . X. 4 ,.. , -7, l .A f i T-il-1. , -Q4-xl H: . V P - . , . W ,, , , , S, Y , , 1 t V . V sf" A . T . . T T' .,,, sf Tx Q .ff-1-f-f-s'r't ' Seven people to produce a yearbook and eight issues of a newspaper, seven who have never tried it before, at that. Seven people who could talk ninety-to-nothing and work at the same time. Seven of the biggest clowns that Gainesville High ever saw and one who ended up the object of every joke. farmer? Farmer? FARMER- lll Members of the publications class are LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. julie Brogdon, adviser, Rhonda , Frost, BULLDOGGER editor, Lowana Loftis, assistant editor of the GHS STAR, Mary Lou Price, editor of the GHS STAR, Rhonda Lawson, Dorenda Moses, Pam Robbins, and Rick Farmer, photographer. Isn't modern technology marvelous - How did he get in the picture anyway? BULLDOC-GER Reverts To Red And White Qeflf l ,sl ll il M l lv . lltslrgsgssslfl 'V T 5CH09l-5 T Always ready to ham it up, here they are again. You guessed it - that's Farmer on the front seat of the bus. Keith McGee receives the "Mr. Hustler" award, given to the basketball player who showed the most hustle throughout the season. Rhonda Frost, yearbook editor, receives the publications award for outstanding work on the 1975 BULLDOGGER. T 3 g 'N fi.. The last day of school is an ap- propriate time to recognize students for their scholastic achievement. Named at the top of their classes were senior Theresa Prescher, junior Kevin Rackley, sophomore Greg Landers, and freshman Beccie Farmer. 5:1 rrv'-uri?" !-.irq K.,-4 ' 5 Practice for graduation was a lot of fun. The seniors were out of classes and the class clowns were at the peak of their performance. ot An End ,,.- .Ra it 1,1 But suddenly it was all for real. The seniors of 1975 were graduating. But A Beginning Q Theresa Prescher delivers her salutatory address. "To everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under heaven." . 1 Sometimes things weren't easy and the going got rough. Take that diploma in your ..-' l r' xt 1 ry -4-'W ' ' ' ,i - ,el hand. You ve certaml earned lt. Y '..l- ' fi-Q-i - M"Vsfz- I N LE s Administration Mr. Benton Breeding, a 1939 graduate of Gainesville High School, has been superinten- dent of the Gainesville School system for sixteen years. Mr. Breeding attended Southwest Missouri State College, Drury College, and the University of Missouri. Administration Carries Heavy Load Mrs. Ida Mae Huse, who attended both Southwest Missouri State College and the University of Missouri, has been principal of the Gainesville Elementary School for seven years. -3' x f-'. if l.5,.1:,,, '- Mr. Paul Herd, Gainesville High principal for seven years, graduated from Gainesville in 1947. Mr. Dean Hughes, also a graduate of Gainesville High, became full time student counselor this year. 58 Faculty Q 1 f a ' 0 9 X 9 w F 5 . "xx 'A 5 112421 , wi 5, f Po Q-:"T I l V ls ' N cl. Mr. jerry Young loosens his tie and takes time out for a friendly "heart-to- heart" with a student. MR. EALUM BRUFFETT put in almost as many hours of before-class work as he did regular instruction time. Algebra I and II, trigonometry, geome- try, and Missouri His- tory each took a por- tion of his year. He and his students partici- pated inthe S ofO Math League and came home with honors. Thanks to Ealum Bruffett, many GHS students are better prepared to meet the "math world" of the present and future. li . , R N. its ' MR. CHARLES BREWER had his hands full teaching vocational agriculture I and II, livestock, farm management, agricultural mechanics, agricultural construction, and being the FFA sponsor, but he also played a very ac- tive part in keeping the lunch line in order. 60 MRS. BARBARA TEETERS not only helped the girls in all her home economics and foods and clothing classes, but she also served as FHA sponsor. All her girls are like daughters. MR. IOHN AULT brought the past and present a little closer together for his students this year. His American History classes traced their ancestors to Old World coun- tries while such controversial sub- jects as the ERA were discussed in civics. 17' . Rive, l 4 . 'Ll MISS KAREN WILHITE added a new course, word study, to her regular day of English l, III, and IV. She also spon- , sored the junior class and shivered through some chilly evenings at their paper flower stand at Hootin' 'n Hollarin'. .I I, ." V l o. .. ..,, ,j Q f 'Q , I, , Q Q I. ' 'ff .it li '.' L MR. IERRY YOUNG demon- strated his teaching talents when he began teaching an advanced science class this year. On warm days, his biology classes were seen leaving the building for an hour of "wooding" and seventh hour often brought screams of "Cool it!" from the study hall. Chemistry and general science classes varied his schedule even more and March meant a Sci- ence Fair. Somehow, he still found time for each of his stu- dents. l Unfolding Today's Budding MRS. IUDY STRONG had a very colorful year with her Art I and Il classes, junior high art, and CGS art classes. The Art ll class really got into the Christmas spirit and, along with Mrs. Strong, painted the drug store windows with Christmas artistry. I MRS. lANlCE BLISARD avoided any dull moments with a varied class schedule including junior high English, French, Speech and college English. She also spent countless hours producing "The Meddlesome Maid" and "The Absent-Minded Professor," the junior and senior class plays. Q65 Gfx ..,... MRS. STELLA LUNA gave her students a glimpse of office life and an idea of a secretary's duties. Office practice I and ll and English I kept her busy half the day. She managed to acquire two new elec- tric typewriters for three of the largest typing classes. MR. RAYMOND LOFTIS is another of GHS's multi- talented teachers. He's not content with teaching general shop, draf- ting, metals, elec- tricity, and woodworking, he also shares his knowledge with the eighth grade Minds MRS. IULIE BROGDON kept a busy schedule teaching English ll, publications, and study hall, and still had time to take a long Thanksgiving vacation. Though she came back slimmer, she now has a new addition to t shop class. MR. JERRY BROGDON was very ac- tive this year with his chorus, senior high band, junior high music and band, and also the beginner band. Though he seemed absent-minded through November, he returned glowing after Thanksgiving. MR. BOB DRECKMAN kept an in- teresting pace in his auto mechanics classes, and also maintained a regular bus route. He also managed to provide various organizations with a L bus driver. ...pal m 'llv fl fo. 1 7-l her family. MR. LARRY COCKRUM, better known as "Coach," had a very busy year with his sports and P.E. classes. Teaching driver's education kept him on his toes. -.am A friendly smile from Miss Vicki Schmutzler makes all those scientific formulas digest a bit easier. MR. CHESTER LYDAY knows that inflation has hit carpenters as well as anyone ', MISS VICKI SCHMUTZLER was one of the new faces joining the GHS faculty this year. This young PE major inspired new interest in her junior high and earth science classes. Vicki also spon- sored the girl's softball team. One year at GHS has shown that S-c-h-m-u-t-z-l- e-r spells "invoIvement." else. His solution was to teach his building trades classes to 1 build their own homes. N 61 14' x QMJY MISS MYRA SHROCK gave each new student librarian a four- page list of "Thou-shalt's" and "Thou-shalt-not's" concerning library duties. She spent untold hours searching for lost cards and books and sponsored a bot- tle cap drive to buy new books for the GHS library. Kindergardeners and first graders enjoyed her story hour in the grade school library. fgsl-iiagff A 'gy' ,. l I r MR. LAWRENCE GWALTNEY never fails to arouse an interesting conver- sation in his sociology and psy- chology classes, but that doesn't mean that his World History classes are boring. You never know what to expect for the "song for the day." V, 16' X kai: so MRS. JUNE BARNES divided her teaching time between GGS and GHS students. She held special education classes on the fourth, fifth, and sixth grade levels and also taught junior high coat. MR. LLOYD PREMER began his first year at GHS with an active schedule of junior high PE and junior high sports. He also traveled and refereed local games. Add a health class and elementary sports, and you have one busy coach. l 4 r MRS. BARBARA MCGEE'S specialty is business. Although general business, salesmanship, business law, bookkeeping, and shorthand account for most of her time, she still manages to teach junior high English. Truly a busy lady in the business world. ...fi of , l ,H , . , . f f MRS. MARY GRAVES carried a slightly lighter teaching load this year, but was still kept busy with her junior high social studies classes. And she signed scores of library passes for study hall students. MR. CLINTON BEACH is one of GHS's highly respected teachers. While teaching CORE, he has helped many students in and out of the classroom for years. 'sf .. 1. 1 F' tif " A L .'7 .ini if--r" MR. PAUL LAWRENCE kept the same teaching areas as last year, but added the S of O Math League to his schedule. He taught the basics in junior high and general math. And the Math Fair gave him a few more problems to solve. l I Staff L One always willing to lend a hand is Mrs. Colene Rose. Colene takes in lunch money, types daily reports, and keeps school records. ii 1 rl -if r --If , its ..f..- nil"""'-.1 X- mas. QULENE R055 im e H1 'Alf RACKLEY l unsunmci l missin! - xt I NDVEMHER 2 1 1 S 1 4. ,ig ' '. Y " " 'Q YN it 1 all An Efficient Staff Mrs. Valeta Crawford totals rnoney, keeps up with the school funds for Gainesville High School, and keeps track of the funds for each class. TT' Mrs. Marsha Luna is the Speech Pathologist for Gainesville Elementary and High School. Mrs. Luna also sponsored the junior high cheerleaders. Bus Drivers for the '74-75 school year are from TOP left to right: Harold Davidson, john Ault, I Bob Dreckman, Homer Rennaker. BOTTOM left to right: john Richison, Raymond Loftis, Ralph Robbins, Guy Eslinger. Keeps Wheels Turning if l l lf O I I 34, ':- as l . fl! Driver less Friend has one of the longest runs. He travels 102 miles a day, making his weekly route a total of 510 miles. james Hambelton, has one of the shorter routes to be run each day. He only travels 65 miles a day. Nurse Annie Laurie Davis watches on as Robert Ziolkowski treats an injury to his hand. Nurse Davis not only takes care of the grade school injuries, but acts as the high school nurse as well. 'Q Q 1,15 Q0 'if s 'C.l .irc Q'- - - r -'jf' 139' 'f "'f ' ei . , . w5,5t:.55, 'FV s--1r-,.,-,- . '4'. t l 'I' 5 ,e I ff, 6 ' , ' ll ,4 . t ' " 6 a f ff A ' 5,11 f E T, ' X i L , cg, I A vf ' jf. Y ' 'F A -A J IJ, A V M tl f The high school Iunchroom staff prepares over 600 lunches each day. Mrs. Lura.Hambelton, Mrs. Virginia McCrinnis, substitute cook Mrs. Members of the staff are: Mrs. Neva james, Mrs. Mary Ruth Landers, Roberta 5Imm0f1S, and MTS- De'-i5l9 W3fflCk- Mrs. Charlotte Evans was a new addition to the staff this year. She served as an aid to Mr. Clin- ton Beach and Mrs. june Barnes in the CORE department. .gg-.Q 66 Mr. Kenneth Headrick served his first full year as high school custodi- l l I S J- 1 'H li fb' N A as M 5 wo Q BMV-1 .K ALL. 4.5 ,p -an R 'x w 1 W K ,LQP junior High ? . , 4 V , , I 'NN I "'. ,-W.. ' ff: - A 4 'la fig, ' ,A " 1 ,mu Lg, ' -' W ,L,.wr V 1' K 'fx-,, . . A .K if Fw..." 11 P -1 . ' MSW - . ' ' :iq AX, -X """ V V - .ig - 3.9. am - - ' ff' ff'.29QQ . ' 952' ' k 1' K, - IE. .X s I Eygqlhl. 3 1, ,l tl, Li,-7 'Y 'Mfg-, is ' ' , -r- JT: "ik LV - X : ":'."'- x- :QQ , . - . ,, , -- , .v 4 " s ' l'51'f - AS. ,I V 'v gg' 45' -.nl 1 fi 'F fl 'Q . 4 7' glfj O a- ,312 ' . '.. ' 41: W , .l gfx HL xx 4 , T-P 1- .. f f' .Jah W- . X-A , , if .N N ., .- ,. -.54-. ' N' . 4-A-fi Q X 1-an - y -ff , lv N f, gg, . 1 g f-Mg-':a, - z, Ng - ff ':'wf"Swnf is - 4, f"-'H' - 1 X N 4' ff, - X. 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N ' '.i:E rf VJ' 4. 43 l i I' LeAnn Collins N "dt Sandra Chrietzberg 5251? , ', ,ii I !4 ,Q liJf"i ky , i l-'T' llllnulh I -rx r. ra, -A 1,1 1 v l'-5.'-'F TJ,-a ' .VII Y ii jfi. is .J lg, , rr rv J, Q' ' ' "1 ' ':.. . ,, 1 -,r ,.. . . .LK l4iXfng Timmy Amyx Sherry Anderson Mark Ault Vicki Birchard Connie Blackbonnet james Blackbonnet Steve Brandon Gail Bunting Timmy Campbell Arlene Chaney Paul Crowder Christy Cockrum We've Gnly just Monty Crisp Marketa Crisp Brenda Dabney Karla Dean Rebecca Dillsaver Danny Dotson Paul Dougherty Vicky Douglas Tony Dowjotas Mark Eslinger Terry Eacret Ronny Estes Tim Estes Kim Fleetwood Brian Fletcher Tammy Force Debra Fry Kathy Frazier Paula Friend Annette Frunzi Douglas Gable Ronald Gardner Larry Gibson Brenda Graham Eighth graders Kathy Frazier and Darenda Lane discuss the days homework with Mr. Paul Lawrence. Begun To Learn Donnie Harden Dana Herd Paula Herd Connie Horn Doug johnson Eric johnson Darenda Lane jimmy Lane Paula Lewis Dana Long Steven Long Geno McCulium Brent Miller Todd Nash Kris Pitcock Mike Poe Marta Rackley Landon Reed John Synor jeff Simpson Linda Simpson Robert Simpson Bill Strong Sandy Strong mlwf-'T , gs- F' . l Vi X .t tl-f ' "A .. .3 ff' UN M" . ,1 f if-Q'- A gi n l xr wilt' I' A 1 ru l, l Bill Hall, Kim Fleetwoodland Paula Herd put problems onthe lJ021Fd Bill Hall janet Hambelton Rocky Sullivan Kent Taylor Beverly White Cindy Young Addie Sweet jay Tirrell David Wise One Step Closer To Sr. '79 Rebecca Dillsaver was one of three eighth grade majorettes who led the junior high band in a number of parades. The eighth graders of '74- '75 kept a busy schedule this year. Along with the regular hassle of a normal day in school, they all participated in sport activities every morning in the gym. Both the seventh and eighth grades participated in these games, making up four teams. Eighth graders have always been set apart from both the grade school and the high school, but soon they will be a part of GHS. 55" llllff ' "H"-. , i l r wr L ill' ' no ' gm 'ir Wm' 1... Marsha Robbins and Paul Dougherty look on as their teammate goes up for a spike during a pre-school intramural volleyball game. gli ' N0l6 Eighth graders made up a large part of the students bustling and rushing to load buses each afternoon after school. Stacey Bohannon Lynda Brinkley jimmy Cockrum leff Cowart Mitzi Cowart LaDonna Crawford Art Cutshall Carolyn Davidson Janice Delp Kym Dixon Y Susan Ellison Glenda Eslinger Tommy Estes Diana Fletcher Franzel Glessner Craig Frye Tammy Gaddy Brad Hampton Wesley Harris Jessie Hayes David Hawkins Cheryl Herndon Lormda Higham julia Hogan Mike Hogan Christine House Sandra Huelsenbeck David .johnson Roy johnson Linda lones Karen Keathley Angela King lim King Denise Kruse Rhonda Lewis Tracy Lewis Carolyn Loftis Kimberly Maher Josephine McClellan Tim McGinnis Lynn McConnaughy Angela Miller Dana Miller Zoe Monroe Debbie Overturf Wendell Price Marsha Robbins ..4r "7 iii- , . L L '- eq?- Seventh Graders Get Involved f ara' K .1 l . Seventh graders Janice Delp and Karen Keathley participated in the School of the Ozarks Math League. Also shown with their trophy are eighth graders Bill Hall and Monty Crisp. 1- fi-u V., X. -:ease if f l lp' 1?- 'M-V l In New Intramural Program. ,.ffl jg 5, , - 'f.:" ' .139 ' 1 u' ' N-4 vfhs I ,, . , . . Q 1 .' e a 5 i 'im 3 312, ,4', aifvwfx i Lora Robirds Paul Rose Danny Schultz Dorthey Scott Shelia Scott Charley Smart Brenda Smith Kimberlin Smith Phillip Snell Tim Sprague Eugene Strong lanice Strong Jimmie Strong Lynn Strong Kevin Taylor Tracy Teeters Vaughn Terry Kenneth Thomas Charles White Charlotte White Mary Alice Whisnant Barry Winningham Terry Wolverton 1 f 1. 7 W si-.L .. X. . ,Ax ,,.- ,,.M. x , ,F . :gi ,, X' Sl ""' if j X! X xg: .V5 ' Q-, , H ' 1' 1 .. r I u-v ' N . 1 g X ef fvlk xH 4 l.. G G, G G G W 4 . . Q fi' :: iff? 7 S 1 ' I4 X A Main? M , X H, Q. r fe, , :fn . ,Q E' 5 5'E The eighth grade went to Jefferson City May 15 to visit the state's capitol building. Sherry Anderson, Mike Poe, and LeAnn Collins presented Governor "Kit" Bond with hand-made apple dolls. jr. High Activities Include Intramural Games 05 fri Xrfif : A, A l. QA ,g t. at 5,11 :Eg ,kg rs' A pam, f ' Both boys and girls enjoyed the intramural program brought into be- ing this year. The gym roared with the sounds of competition as the Bucks, Chiggers, Streakers, and Globetrotters fought for recognition. Thejunior high graduation meant one more big step in life for the eighth graders and only one more year of waiting for the seventh graders. And for those tiring nights spent studying, the Honors Assembly was a time for receiving those much- deserved rewards and praises. Dana Herd, Karin Zimmerman, Dana Long, and Cindy Young perform in quartet for the junior high awards assembly Diana Fletcher, Denice Kruse, julia Hogan, lanice Delp, Glenda Eslinger, and Kim Maher vocalize at the 'junior high awards assembly. Bill Hall receives recognition for his year's accomplishment from Mr. Paul Lawrence. Mitzi Cowart, Marta Rackley, and Tammy Caddy perform a flute trio for the awards assembly. 76 1 'U A P Sl 1 'fn- ,l hw-"--w V r V44 'WW' vs-v...,.g fy wink' Elementar . . N 1 vial X ' 'fv' - - Q' nn, X . 'Q1 ,,g"J:L ' 'A x, , A -.::'Sg, .?T1i5n jf' Nf ,,,.... -- I -- n -- - -., 54 ., -.-.nf ,I 'X -0---41, ,, ,.- ...-.-.. M, 7. . ....,......... , ,, ., J -. eff: .5"'3 QQ.. A V , V '! A b 3351. I w r? A fr-1 , '. ,wp :ji , A H .tv N I w N- -Q,,,' ,W . , .. ' Q' fffgg- ..,,, .' .,.. X .... ,,,.'...,1c,,,:',.-'ff,.f4f-I . X I " ' - 'ff V 'ff' ' ' NLE 'A ,fr . -. 1 Deanna Allen Tina Amyx james Anderson lereldene Anderson Cindy Beard Craig Chosa Guy Cisco Billy Collins Rosemary Davidson Lora Dougherty Lisa Douglas Cheryl Eacret Layne Evans Blane Fleetwood Emily Frazier Deborah Frunzi Mike Gable Students crowd around Mr. Fred Smith's desk as he grades tests waiting to see their scores. :Siu ff? '44, 1,J'u Hn aw: wr l- llvwl. lx f'Q9lH fr! u P .lss 1 sflfll Isl ff ff llfw FW- Valry Glessner lanet Harper in "+'sl "'0+-v-A lf.. Phyllis Hathcock ' Jeffery Headrick 1. - - Deborah Heriford T7 Mrs. Vicki Smith Sixth Graders V "' , 'QT'i li 7 l - Nm "ffl Brian Hoff -' S " " Douglas Hudson , 1 F - ,- Carla Hutton ' ' ' xl C' 1 A' N- sail" ' 1' wr P 7 ' FKBHAH UE . a'N.,, W , ' 1' ..,.,,..,., 1 a Mike Kimzey Linda Lane Brian Loftis Tommy Loftis Thomas Maher Gayla Miller Loren Nance Arthur Nelson Theron Oxley Susan Parks julie Premer Ionna Richison -1 - A JI gi: ' .-uf l 1' -A " T rr' K' il l - 'mwy 1 N 'sk '1 L-K ll: f' N i Y , lr lf 3' P.- I ' v y 0 'A -.2 N3 f 153, A, . . V' v f ix 1 .N 3235 2 29535 i 'hx T 'f ' N ' , , Marty Robbins Qgffi, K--'L xl jane Ann Robirds N X X ' Roger Satterfield 'Qu ' Deanna Allen received a trophy for her progress in a charm course offered to sixth grade girls. Mr. Fred Smith 4 Nancy Shourek Angela Simpson Reach Halfway Mark .aff I 1 Lora Sinor Charlotte Snell 'if 5 f '- , '17 ll 'A V l :jf-il" 'vi B K , in A 1 I , .I . T l Becky Strong Telisia Strong Darla Sullivan Benjamin Taylor Carmen Terry john Tirrell Curt Walker Sherry Wise Steve Worthey john Ziolkowski 79 Douglas Baxter Sonja Beasley Lee Bohannon Ronda Brinkley Brent Bruffett joe Chritton Rickey Collins Ramona Dennis Ben Dowjotas Melanie Eacret Larry Evans Dodie Estes Emily Frazier Sarah Frazier Kimble Glessner Linda Graham julia Hall Kent Hannaford Laura Harris Rachel Headrick Larry Heide Rodney Heide lon Hollingsworth Delilah johnson Sherri johnson Sherry johnson Kathy Laughlin Brian Allen Jana Ault Beth Baker DeAnn Barcus Kevin Barnett l T B We - , . 2 ei "7 ' , le 1 A J fl is .F i J' L54 yy A ll l ' l 2' if? .,., -9. zqz, I 1 tv-If 54- XX--9 l 7' rl, V N 5' i i , I 1 f r I ll , .qu .. I . .. A-1 lf 'll ll' if , l 'V ' l M llhiy, I - 'L 1 ll l 3 H. 15 I . is ia --5 . .Q 4 t V ,Al 'X Y ggi l fx Y V X ' .QQFNK .lhei ag: Slowly Climbing To va ,ik r A gl yylyl ii ff e.--933' ljyp f. li' i', 1l"n,iE " 1 'U' f . .-. Y'T'Y ll -i Wi' , -S. x I ...P- X PQ fa l f 'I- warm glflli ll I-.1 .gag TNA 1 34 lllm ll Jvil CT Y - Q ,. f ff' 14135 -gs ff ff' X' -- H X 4 3 tt 'F' Q-6-V A all vit, Higher Ground W ,..., T ' . s ill ' xl of ' -r -6 "fit -1- A w-UV JI ,K LA 1,4 -..z, , 'S 1 'S . Miss Judy Turner Mrs. Genelle Breeding Shane Ledbetter Angela Lomelino Darin Lewis Clay Winningham Vanessia White Tim Lewis Rebecca Long Dianna Lovan Kelly Maher Aaron Miller Glenda Miller Robin Miller Patrick Morrison Shelia Oliver Robert Parks Tame Peters Beth Pierce Susan Piland Robert Pinkley Paul Roberts Leila Sanders David Scott Nancy Shaw Bobby Simpson jennifer Stewart Lonnie Strong Kimberly Terry Rita Thomas Dawn Warner Kevin Thomas it W lvl i,"4' ' ' ww- vein" r l l l lacquelene Anderson Vincent Anderson Denise Baxter Harvey Huelsenbeck I . ' .6 K 33. F l as Ai p A1,,? if 'K V , Q db A ' A , . 1 vi 3 in I 1 l' I Mrs. Susan Ault Mrs. lean Herd M, Fourth Graders Make Water Cycles l jerry Beasley 5 Vi, Valentine Cisco , X Robin Collins '--- Sandra Collins I 1 Bryan Crawford if V ' 1 I , . john Espe - 0 . . JS- ,A Kellie Fletcher Q ' ...v ,S Franke Frunzi '- N, ' Carol Goodman ' ' Mark Gardner Af J ' 1 .-'T N 7, I ' ll. Mary Gunter K QQ' ,M Angela ' 'nk' l-' at Hambelton f " l Barry Hambelton V ' Terry Hambelton '13 ,g,E..j:.-- E , Tracy Hannaford A di -4 lk li FU V3 :E i g b 3' Shelly Hillhouse Alica Hoff David Hollingsworth David Horn Keith Hughes Ruth Ann Humphreys f ' ' -' '-111-5 David johnson Q . Lisa Johnson " ' " Dennis lonas . W, W, Kenneth Landers A ' 1 Paul Lane my tl 5,3 i Sherri Lewis ,'.'. x, ' Q Q "' ' g YV: : Y -JN Ebber Long , f " 2 X V Shana Long Bobby Maddox Dale McClellan Pam Morrison Mary Ann Overturf I t I in ' .ex A ll A l Kb td f' J"',qf, .Xi ' f '3 'hs W 'P 'U , r 41 ,. I P A Stephen Parks , 1 ,, , Jessie Price - ' - 'K' H" " ' Gary Roberts i .-.. N A tl F David Schultz f ' ' ,X XT K vp Frank Shourek ' kfa ., f, A Richard Simpson l I ,i li, 57-i I 31' tb' 3 -5: " tx I' 'ii l A Darin Smith Daffef' Smith P-WY Snell Jamie Starkey Mark Strain Kathy Strong Patrick Taylor S' K Susan Lane, Mark Strain, Patrick Taylor and Vincent Anderson, students in Mrs. lean X Herd fourth grade, take a break from a busy day. M 4 gi .A lf 'IP Y tu ,H A fx i' 'r 1' Qu I l vii 1 ' qv i , Toni Thomas ,., "' VV Robert Trumble " IW Tena Walrath L-we T, -- J. Kenton Webb ' Brenda White ' .,l Qs- Vernon White 5 Robert Ziolkowski i tr Lt-,v'ftat-fevffw it ease A , ,y.1r, X ge, A trite? V, H 1 A . 'T K 'Mill' ' ' ' .1 A is . J. Z wif' f f-Tr T .1 V 1' ' x af: 2395, . , av"" X 1 ,V x- , NK an P' " i .3 Q W .si 'K 'X 04 .f f ' . f .l 4,0 .x 1 fy ,' ' -. r- 'if p f, In 'Liz v . F '11, W If 4.4. .gg H. lf'-Aff. .L c""'X' A -T T 1- l -if!-'-J,-,V w - .-env,-., i,,..:...L 55,11 I1 I , llf. Ill. , .4 1 in t "1-, ' ft ' S l T74 fl .. T. Vg , l ls ! - if fl l tg ss' i vm VV JL ff ,st ' V5 J 1iE1::'rim-Iffergffq if , ui' fin .sn ' l .A t , 5 if ffl 2' ef '-..-,i iz, l it 1 1 iii f Q if 5 A 1 X I l Za X4 I 4 a l' ll . 'l x i H tl- ,T -fi: 1 A L !'lJb Sheila Allen Shonnie Allen Kimberly Beard Marty Coatney joseph Cockrum Danny Collins Jeffery Corp Lane Crisp Jeri Darnell Danny Daugherty Third Graders mo" Tackle New Math Donna Sue Estes Gerald Evans Sherry Farris Kathie Fletcher Melanie Forrest Theresa Gaddy Christy Glessner Spencer Guthrie Douglas Hambelton Rusty Hambelton Keith Hannaford Brad Herd Wendell Hillhouse Jeffery Huse john jones 4 it R lf if 'J g. it . i +I AJ ' f 'Q-. ' .ik ii ', 1 Q Q - l 3 Bryan King i' ll Y . -N I N 44, ,vi , 4 ' Mrs. Alice Lord X' ' ' ' l 1' . " I i .5f,.,f-wff!t!1fi!mtfit ygQ,5ucf,'g, Wynoka Kirk Terry Laub Jeanne Ronny Lomelino jesse Mahan McCuIIum , F I l , ' af' ,H lr X' -xl 3 ' 3, y y Q l l s'4 ' ul, A 9 'F Val ,Y ne i , A ., - . X-rf, asa f i' M ., I 'j:ZQE.mgjfFi3 l K' . ..Q,.L.:V Q,.v.l.i, , .V ' 5 'S a 55 I ' l I 1 xi-f i-2 '1f:sn--ag --2 rw' ".-'f-:nay ' :gf gg' V A . ,.A .. 1 fl :gels Angela Loftis . 3" . .1 I V .,,g, Ng --.B V, it 9 , Wai 1 - I V A53 I , "4:,::'Q. ' liz' A 'aa Q, I ,,. 1 ag.. Fi ...P H- -v i ,f" ,p . 'i ' 'QL tif, ay, ,LL ewilxi V iz . ': ' ' .i1.J1. ' ...Qa1 -V he .gf '-' .In , 4 fl l ff x Fi IFA a l ,x .2 4 . " .f . --Q VPN .gl-a...L.Q1ll Kurtis Thomas Deborah Watson Mary White Janice Stone Diane Strong Jerri Sue Strong clk. ll 'S 1 X. A Mrs. Pamela Trump Paula Miller Annette Nelson David Orsborn George Pannell Donald Peters Lila Piland Steven Rackley Kelly Reynolds Richard Rife Kathy Roberts Charles Smith Dawn Smith Donald Stewart Sharon Ellison and Richard Rife are two of the many students ready to volunteer information on Mrs. Lord's topic Sv 5, .55 "avr cf it i ,1-. i., - i Tracey Amyx Christy Barnett -5 Rhonda Beavers Dean Britt jennifer Bunting 'Q' ' , w gy-. M fl 53 X .0 raw 3. I -'fl - Ei l,"fuM' 'C e 'v .Y-'!f?l?:, Q-J ' A li, Aff?-'ix 7 k1""L.il5": --f V,-,ww Y dd 0 D, f' Us -A ,f--rim. .QV yy ' rf I, J-by . -z -fam-f,4-.-. im. C if vu if-It A 15 ,mfr--N lag lana Cockrum Alan Cox I Kimberly Dillsaver pl f . it V ,. A 1 fit 1 Scott Eacret 41 ' , y lx -v-.- X Nancy Edwards M fy n M. I ,X ,, . , -- v i Second Graders Participate In "Heigh-Ho Holly" ', Steven Estes ' ' 113 Gayla Evans "' l Christy Frazier X -41 f "-if Billy Friend Telesia Green V - A' A , Z '?---l .AII fi ? Patty Grisham Michelle Gunter Joyce Hambelton Rebecca Harper jamie High 4-vp WTP? Stephen johnson -6 Christina Loftis , ,, 'fra-f ' ' Rhonda Long 'j' l john Maher f Jia- X A Brad Martin 1 ALQQ3? ,R i -9' 'iyfgi l l i . i .W ., , , Ullman' ' 1 l' E l A 1 Q ,, 4 ,P Rebecca McNew X. ,Q , lacquoline Miller -. ,l '41 " "1 '- ' , Tina Miller , "" e , , 41 x shame ovenuff 1 L , , , Sheri Pitchford k l 10. X r ' ' 1 .-,. N " ' 1' 2,259 , I Dt, -- I as 4 .gil xi 1. , l "" l Mark Poe Faron Price 6 Sammy Ray , X Wesley Simpson cv, 'Pu Steven Sisney . if if 1 "" tl ""' , -A Bobby Smart Mary Snell Dawn Stokes lr, I -I YR K T H: .ll 5 N ill " f"' .F els., ' tl I 'rv V' x l n 13 . rg, Fug- 0 . Lie 1' l A Second graders Michelle Gunter, Alan Cox, Steven Sisney, Sheri Pitchford, Marsha White, jennifer Bunting, Mark Poe, Robby Strain, and Billy Friend are Robby Strain lama Teeters Deana Wallace eager listeners to Mrs. Robirds' story. ijt Fx ff" l A .Syl ., V rf ls Marsha White Teresa White Robby Barnett Virginia Harris l Mrs. lmagene Mrs. Nina Robirds Hughes 87 N Al' :T .. .Ili Ni' - A 1 , Sn- w 4 S V -. V' , ',, 'f ,Q . ,,.. ,. 'vir JJ Afkxx , LX6 "k H 1.2. K - 'X 5 " JL: 3 5' .fs Lana Allen leffery Anderson Travis Brown Cody Collins jennifer Freeland lohn Hardin Rolland Huff abil . fl Mui., . U bf X . . wr: ag r,. ,, 45: l ri" Hi: Peelis., 1:9 Ha s3e'4m:,11 'uv ' 5'-all wir -feflfulaesirkas za : 'I' as '-rifif. . 'H' :izvwiff ,Mme NX mb, C ' x lv i 1 l l 6 ll I r i A ' J . 'Ii '4 " ll' it x,,, y l ' U HQ 1' .. 'I ' X Pill ll 5" la 'Z I M i ly l I il' '4 I lx y l l, kb al " Q uqfl w Yak 'Lb tif, u A Lisa Blair Lora Dougherty -.4 Steven Bohannon Ronald Brandon Westly Britt Rex Davidson jimmy Fleetwood Leslie Ford 3 4,-.-nv is . .- x. 5 - V V, Q 1 ., .- l . 1 I - .A " ' K yur, 3 4 v B K .2 . ,.i " 'X , ' - 1 7 Qi -xy B Charles Frunzi Ray Grisham Rhonda Harris Ron Hardin Darell High Tammy Hillhouse Kimberly Hoff Susan Hollingsworth Jody james Michael jones David King Matthew Kyle jerry Lane ' 5 if ' A "FY , I-, . l ,., I:i1,,i',l.. .-,f T -' L' 'ew' lf' J' W' X lik .4, HM'-'lb' " A .- r .a i ey T if f f F: '.lQ'N,mr:1f'f, WH ':":'j5" like 55 - y .. '- 1 I 3 '-H, . " 'iii' ' l "5,3'.'W:h .ri ," " "JB -!',3f5Q.-1 dx '32 '31 ' ' .45 ha l. ' l -f -fr... i..-mi. , , 'il '- V 'l im!! ' rm '-Jinx v ',,,. gen: . ::..-1 l l 4724! ne i Q' i f' ' l ff ir ll ..ai'Eg?.51-aiilgl V at w-uv 4.1 , ..L -si f :- , rf 1. fr , "' an ..:. ffffi 1 y-"+A" in, w, jerry Laub Ray Lomelino Debra Lovan Carl. Mahan lolene McFarland Layne Nance Rebecca Oliver Katherine Parks Vonda Peters Kevin Piland Richard Pitchford Eric Robinson First Grader's Learn Difficult Task - Reading Mrs. Helen Blisard Mrs. Thana Mahan Latricia Smith :ll l .l , 4 A, , I .n i I Y - . rl '::r.f:.. . -,n '.fxT'fT, U Tony Strain Kelly Watson ang ' . David Strong Loral White, lr. 9 - .'.. .. b I., n. . mi ..'f- ' :JL "T. ' :- l""ZlZ.-. " Phyllis Thomas Donna Young ,V 1, A via 0925? 2 is . 4 'V' E21 A . -. -+.. ..4 '- 'r' 15, V. f 4,4 ... -v,.- . T .r:t.CY:1' 1 ,J . ."4l, I... 4 ' -, .Ki 2- o . .. 2' . "' r T Y " ' lilxiil 1 " A 1 Buddy Smart joe Walwrath 5 ' 'P' . X W gf 1. EV Robert Bramlett Daren Cox Tammy Collins Paula Coatney Donna Chritton K 4 life! t MF ,di V ' -A Z4 VI? f' "t i ii X , ' v. rf , 3 .A 5 4-f' ft ia HM ,sbt if-:uf Buddy Hubbard Gayla Hillhouse Ronald Harris Randy Davidson Regina Friend Brian Ford ...Q junior Gunter Kent Hughes Kent Hughes, Tammy Collins, and Danny Trumble enjoy their favorite pastime-coloring Chris Harlin Lori Hannaford Lucinda Hampton Dorice Hambelton Christy Hambelton ri '.. , , i .," ' i , 1 P .2 nl ' A M! 1 fx ' f 'C '-Q. V' L X if I J A T Q-1 ,Aff L, at X -K l 'Q vi -. T. yt. mi. CU- ki Marsha jones Carroll Jonas David King Duke Kimsey Susan Ledbetter leannie Laub Lynn Lambert Michael Moore Kevin Mogus Jarrett Miller .X Larry McNew 4 Q -a , Michael Mahan Vanessa Nelson Stacy Slsney Geor e Radar S Ginger Smith Carla Sanford Klndergartners Make Running Start For First Grade i :, 'i QA Mrs. Sandra Brewer Mrs. Barbara Roberts Bull Trivltt Dawn Trivitt 1' .ga ,av leaagu. ,fnxfql 'MEIN Mlm 11 Teresa Tharp Danny Trumble Patsy White Denise Young james Yeager -.I -:sr w Members of the fifth grade basketball team are BACK ROW, left to right: Paul Roberts, Shane Ledbetter, Brent Bruffett, Coach Premer, Pat Morrison, Tim Lewis, Bobby Simpson. FRONT ROW: Larry Heide, Darin Lewis, Brian Allen, Kevin Thomas, and joe Critton. Members of the sixth grade basketball team are from LEFT TO RIGHT: Blaine Fleet- wood, Tommy Loftis, Loren Nance, Theron Oxley, Doug Hudson, Coach Premer, Curt Walker, Mike Kimsey, Marty Robbins, Roger Satterfield, and Arthur Nelson. Bullpups End Season Cheering the Bull- pups on to their vic- tories this season were six cheerleaders chos- en from the fifth and sixth grades. julie' Pre- mer is in FRONT. From LEFT TO RIGHT: spon- sor Miss ludy Turner, Diana Lovan, Deanna Allen, Sherry Wise, Missy Ault, Delilah johnson and Mrs. Vicki Smith, sponsor. With A Good Record ffl la I n '91 i Ill l .-, 'Mg - - 1,-I' ' N ' pq I X 9 I . f XX ff-f ,. as . .1 up V T J., 'li -r ' trim ll f l' llljl 45 -5:91-. ' 'l ."'-H 5 ,MQ ' U 1 ' - . -. ff Mk' till ' Q. , -1 l "i1 .a..-G . . 1" A big part of the physical education program at Gainesville Elementary School is the sports program. lt is in- creasing in membership and enthusiasm. Organized teams, coached this year by Coach Lloyd Premer, played basketball and softball. Girls became involved by being cheerleaders and members of the pep club. i Cindy Beard, Carmen Terry, and Nancy Shourek take part in a vocal number presented for Grandparent's Day. Activities Fill GC-S Students' Days Brent Bruffett belts out a trombone solo for grandparents and ' guests. l f i l 1 l Mrs. Shirley Humphreys, elementary vocal instructor, provides piano accompaniment for her students in the program. im- x - i Sixth graders Rosemary Davidson, Deanna Allen, and julie Premer display their instrumental talents for the Grandparent's Day program. Mr. Ralph Klotz, grade school custodian, takes a minute to repair a broken stair railing. 96 -,,, Mrs. Clemence Coatney spent her year teaching remedial reading and testing. Mrs. lessie'Ziolkowski served as a full- time aide. ' ,,! t.. le-0' 'ff' fb ,ff Mrs. Shirley Humphreys spent half Mrs. Dixie Cockrum served as the her day teaching vocal music and elementary secretary. the other half as an aide. 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